There was plenty of on track action last weekend for our Australian competitors overseas, with some dominating their respective Championships.
Jack Miller – couldn’t hide his disappointment at not being able to race his home track this year after the cancellation of the 2021 Australian MotoGP.
Remy Gardner – was also gutted at the opportunity to potentially wrap up the Moto2 Championship at his home track.
Andy Wilksch – is ready to battle at the Estonia EnduroGP this weekend after some time off.
Josh Hook – Is Portugal bound for this weekends 12 hour race.
Hunter Lawrence – dominated the 250MX class at the AMA Pro Motocross Southwick National on the weekend taking two wins for the overall victory.
Jett Lawrence – while disappointed with a 9-3 result at Southwick, he was very happy for his brother Hunter’s win.
Tayla Jones – proved while on a break from Off Road she can mix it with the MX crowd scoring a pair of wins.
Daniel Sanders – continues to impress on the world rally stage scoring a 4th overall with a stage win at the Silkway Rally.
Moto3 World Junior Championship
Joel Kelso – had every reason to smile after his superb first victory.
Senna Agius – counting down the hours before he is back on track.
European Talent Cup
Jacob Roulstone – was in action last weekend on a go-kart track getting some essential practice in with fellow MotoGP and Moto3 riders.
Will Riordan – battled on in the Donner Hard Enduro, despite not being fit enough for the long haul ride.
Brady Kurtz – was in the points for his Belle Vue Aces despite the teams loss.
Brayden McGuiness – caught in action in Poland after a hectic few weeks where he travelled six countries in two weeks.
Chris and Jack Holder – unfortunately spent the day trackside as their matched was rained out.
Jaimon Lidsey – in the points and happy with his teams win and draw.
Jason Crump – put his team first after not being fully fit to race.
Jason Doyle – was stoked to receive some canvas print to provide to sponsors and supporters.
Josh Pickering – helped his Monarchs to victory over Berwick. In other big news for the Aussie he has also signed with the Sheffield Tigers in the premiership league. “It’s been a goal of mine to get this opportunity since I first came over to the UK in 2017,” he said.
Justin Sedgman – a picture of concentration as he prepares to battle for his Glasgow Tigers.
Keynan Rew – in action in Rezezsow where he bagged 24 points from the two rounds.
Nick Morris – showing the English fans how you pass at Leicester.
Rohan Tungate – is always happy to put on a show when celebrating for the fans.
Ryan Douglas – helped his Lions to victory over the scorings.
Sam Masters – scored some crucial points in his teams win over the Bandits.
Zach Cook – launched his new racing facebook page.
Zane Keleher – is in preparations for tomorrow’s clash.
Ben Currie – Had a frustrating weekend at Knockhill and was unable to get on the podium.
Billy McConnell – scored a 2nd place and still manages to lead the Championship.
Jason O’Halloran – finally fulfilled one of his dreams of a podium at Knockhill.
Levi Day – Scored 2 13th places and while disappointed, is happy to come away from the weekend unscathed.
Seth Crump – while still coming to terms with the 600, had a tricky weekend in wet conditions.
Chrissie Clancy-Ingpen and Mick Alton captured in action during recent meetings at Calwell Park and Mallory Park.